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g-o-p debate before the iowa caucuses. perhaps the biggest vibration was felt even before tonight's face-off when front runner donald trump
pulled out of tonight debate. debate.trump made that decision after fox news channel said it would not remove moderator megyn kelly. the pair began feuding in august when kelly challenged some trumps online comments about women. women.cbs 2 news political reporter kevin barry covering the debate tonight, and he joins us now live from des moines.kevin. one of the most energetic exchanges came over immigration- partially because at least marco rubio and ted cruz have both been involved with legislation in the congress about legislation. that means the senators have been on the record about issues like if a path to citizenship would be an option to people to come to the united states illegally. all that experience in the senate means candidates like rand
are well versed on what's been proposed so far...but it also gave chris christie a chance to remind everyone hes never held political office in washington, d.c. , "you changed your position, you did tooa&" tooa&","the bottom line is this, we can't solve immigration" immigration"- "we can solve immigrationa&what is missing is the political will.", "ted is the king of saying other people for amnesty. it's not true." true.", "cut the washington bull and get to things done." done." that exchange is flavored by the constant threat that the from someone who takes advantage of what many candidates have said is a kevin barry, reporting in des moines iowa.
donald trump was still in des moines tonight. tonight.but instead of debating, trump held his own rally nearby. nearby. "i wanted to be about five minutes away, i've enjoyed that, all the online polls say i've done very well with the debates.i've had a kick with it but, you have to stick up for your rights, when you're treated badly, you have to stick up for your rights. rights.trump promoted his counter event as a rally to raise money for veterans.he began by listing a number of large donations given by supporters that would go to non profits.including a donation from the candidate himself, for one million dollars.all told, trump says his campaign will donate five million dollars to the wounded warriors project. although trump said proceeds from his event would go to veterans groups, many are telling the candidate -- no thanks.iraq and afghanistan veterans of america, says they plan to refuse any funds coming from trump's iowa event.
media, saying the group does not want to be part of the g-o-p front-runner's stunts. vote-vets-dot-org says trump should not use vets to hide from fox news anchor megan kelly. all three democratic candidates are in the midst of a stumping blitz across the state.hillary clinton held campaigned in newton.while former president bill clinton stumped for his wife at wartburg college in waverly. the entire clinton family will be making several stops in the state throughout the weekend. clinton's closet rival, vermont senator bernie sanders launched a volunteer canvas in ottumwa.he also rallied with actress susan sarandon in fairfield.sanders is scheduled to stump in cedar rapids, iowa city and waterloo this weekend. maryland governor martin o'malley is beginning his caucus weekend tour in western iowa in sioux city tomorrow. he will head to the corridor sunday with a door-knocking event in cedar rapids. despite heavy campaigning across the
temperatures will continue to warm up the next few days. today highs were well above freezing across eastern iowa with a few clouds. clouds will stick around tonight and we'll have some clearing. temperatures will fall tonight to near 20. 20. cbs 2 news ten at ten continues now with more of the corridor's top stories. stories.police are investigating shooting in southeast cedar rapids. . .here's what we know right now. officers were called to a home near 15th street and beaver avenue around 3:30 this
department tells cbs 2 news, one man was shot but his condition is unknown tonight. not many other details have been released.authorities have not said whether anyone has been charged in the shooting. also tonight, several *johnson county law enforcement leaders are exploring *options for criminals other than time behind bars.they traveled to san antonio texas to learn new techniques.instead of a traditional police response in many cases, officers there are trained to help people dealing with mental illness, homelessness, substance abuse or developmental disabilities. officers try to deescalate every situation and then get people the help they need. johnson county organizers say jail overcrowding and cost reduction were just some of the reasons for the trip. when people *are incarcerated, resources for coping are few and far between...and for *young offenders, that can make it hard to function after they get out. at the linn county detention center, they're giving young inmates skills they can use now and in the real world. cbs 2 news reporter dora
yoga might change a person's outlook. outlook. stretching, breathing, coping...they all go hand in hand at the linn county detention center. center. "kids are impulsive, we have a lot of kids with anger management issues, so if we can give them one more tool in their toolbelt, i think that's a positive."it's called trauma informed yoga...and it works specifically for kids who wind up here. here. "if someone has lived through trauma, which is often the case with someone who's incarcerated, they retain some of that trauma in their bodies."the volunteer instructor says yoga helps to relieve that. that. "safely guide them back to that awareness and conscious control of their body and the mind-body connection."with a new, five thousand dollar grant, the center can expand its services..including more than one night of yoga and more staff involvement. involvement. "there's so much potential for how these principles can be applied throughout the day, which is the goal of the program and of yoga, it's not just during yoga class, it's 24/7." 24/7." "when a kid tells you
wednesday night because that's yoga night or i sleep best on yoga night or when staff say i see a difference in a kids behavior after yoga, those are successes." successes." "we really owe it to our kids and teenagers to teach them how to manage those mental and behavioral disturbances that so often come up and so often lead to the criminal justice system." dora miller cbs 2 news ten at ten right now, the kids share mats. but the detention center plans to get new, larger yoga mats and blocks.they also say they hope the program expands to adult prisons and schools. alarming new details tonight on a virus that's showing up in the u-s.according to the world health organization - zika virus infections have "exploded" in central and south america. america.cbs 2 news reporter marissa scott joins us live to explain why doctors in the corridor say there's no reason to panic.marissa? the zika virus is not new - though it has been a concern in the tropics since it surfaced last year. year.it's enough of a concern
medical experts here to advise women - especially those who are pregnant - to take extra precautions if they're traveling out of the country anytime soon.health experts are suggesting that pregnant women stay away from the affected areas - since the virus may be linked to birth defects.and while the concern remains far away - doctors in eastern iowa are monitoring the virus from a far, and say the warmer temperatures could bring the same mosquitos north. however, it's still too early to worry, but make sure you use insect repellant and wear long pants and shirts as a precaution. "it is a mosquito born illness if someone hasn't traveled outside the states to one of the affected areas then there really isn't a concern at this point." point."health officials say if you travel to any of the countries where the zika virus has been reported and have a fever, rash, joint pain or body aches, you should contact your doctor.marissa scott, cbs 2 news ten at ten.
a look at tonight's other stories across the corridor. in north liberty, the old water tower is no more tonight. crews demolished water tower one today.cranes were brought in to finish the work, forcing crews to block several area roads.the city tells cbs 2 news, it was time for the tower to come down because they haven't used it for several years and it was just impractical to keep it up. starting next weekend in coralville, coralville,coral ridge cinemas will begin its "kids dream winter film series."every friday, saturday and sunday through march 20th, they'll offer a series of family- friendly films, with admission just 3 bucks per person and specials on snacks as well. you can find the complete schedule on our website, cbs 2 iowa dot com. right now, a marion theater is celebrating its first year of performances and giving back to the community. community.giving tree theater donates part of its profits from every show to a local human services non profit.to date, they have given more than 10-thousand dollars to
three week run of the comedy harvey with proceeds going to the abbe center for community mental health. that is cbs 2 news ten at ten -- the corridor's top stories and tomorrow's weather first forecast in the first ten minutes. minutes.still to come... come...what the f-b-i is saying after a shootout with police at an oregon wildlife refuge. refuge. the american people can't afford to wait for ideas that sound good on paper...
the grandmother who has to choose between paying for medicine and paying rent... can't wait. the single mom
who desperately needs a raise... can't wait. the student with a mountain of debt can't wait. we can make real progress, right now. i'm caucusing... i'm caucusing for hillary clinton. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. car repairs, home improvements, a family trip... it's not easy to afford them. what did marco rubio do? he put $22,000 in personal expenses on a republican party credit card. rubio's bad judgment caused a scandal and for five years rubio refused to release the credit card records. marco rubio: skipping major votes... all over the place on immigration... bad judgment. marco rubio: just too many questions. right to rise usa is responsible for the
temperatures have been near and above freezing for a few days and the warming trend will continue through this weekend. then our attention is turning to the potential for a strong winter storm next week in the midwest. for today, temperatures were above average and above freezing for all of eastern iowa. temperatures will warm up through the weekend with highs nearing the 40 degree mark and could be above freezing this weekend. after that, there will be a change in the pattern... a big dip in the jet stream coming early next week which could be a winter storm. first there could be a weak system on sunday with some rain and snow, then a strong system increasing rain
night into tuesday which could be significant snowfall, but it is too soon to know the exact numbers right now. we'll continue to update you here and on cbs two iowa dot com slash weather. first we can focus on the nice warm up this weekend to above 40 degrees, rain and snow on sunday and then snow chances really ramp up with the potential winter storm.
cbs 2 news is learning new developments in the on-going standoff at an oregon wildlife refuge.militia members took over that federal land 25-days ago and now we're getting our first look at what happened during a shoot out with police. police.lavoy finicum was shot and killed tuesday when he tried to drive around a roadblock on the wildlife refuge.he and other members of the militia were on their way to a meeting when they were tracked down by police.leader ammon bundy and seven others were arrested during that traffic stop.just last night members to stand down and go home.we are constantly updating this story on cbs 2 iowa dot com and will have the morning. today is a day of remembrance for nasa.30-years ago - the space shuttle challenger
florida."3,2,1 and liftoff, lift off of the 25th space shuttle mission and it has cleared the tower." tower."it's one of those events where you remember exactly where you were.just 73- seconds into its mission challenger broke into pieces. nasa determined a faulty o-ring on a rocket booster caused the disaster,killing the six astronauts and a school teacher on board. board.during a special ceremony nasa also paid tribute to two other tragedies. the fire of apollo one, that killed three crew members in 1967.and the space shuttle columbia that broke apart on
2003. there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay
an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer
carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our hearts. and that journey begins here in iowa. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask you to join with us at the caucuses on monday night.
the hawks have been road warriors this season in the big 10 -- 14th ranked purdue -- no problem -- number 4 michigan state -- too easy -- but now it's iowa's toughest challenge yet -- at 8th ranked maryland -- where the terps are perfect in fact they've won 24 straight at homehawks not scarred -- down by 1 in the first half -- and the bench steps up -- ahmad wagner -- with the
steal -- he completes the dine and dash -- plus 1 --
traidled by 6 at the break -- but would battle back -- first -- anthony clemmons to peter jok -- it's going down -- and that terp lead down to 1then it's clemmons to adam woodbury -- woody banks it home for 2 of his 11 -- another double doulbe from himbut maryland always had an answer -- rasheed sue-lah-mon gets three the old fashion way -- and the terps wouldn't trail again
-- hawks fall - 74 to 68 bluder's bunch -- looking to get back on track -- hosting michiganfirst quarter -- ally disterhoft -- dials long distance and connects from west high -- she finished with 16tah-nye-ah davis -- was letting it fly as well -- she sinks one of her 4 triples -- davis finished with 18and chase coley was unstoppable off the bench -- a team high 21 and 10 for her -- hawks win 85 to 69. and still to come on cbs 2. 2.brad smith -- always seems
when brad smith was in jr. high he was cut from his 7th grade basketball team -- and ever since that moment -- he's been all about wrestling -- smith was a national champion at iowa and currently is in his 2nd stint as the head wrestling coach at lisbon -- where he takes down life with a simple motto -- keep moving brad smith -- our ed thomas coach of the week week when it comes to lisbon wrestling -- brad smith always has his game face on "he's always got his mind right in the practice room knowing what he wants to get done every day." day." "he's a pretty intense guy.. he gets worked up in the room, during the meets." meets." "when it comes down to the nitty gritty time... it's a different animal."but so is smith -- -- an intense guy -- who's full of wrestling knowledge --
knows... he knows absolutely everything about wrestling ." and everything else about life --- for 38 years, he's been coaching his grapplers not only on the mat -- but off it with a simple message -- keep moving "i want them to look forward to the next day and always make the next day better." because like an opponent -- sometimes the real world takes you down -- "one match at a time, one day at a time, one move at a time... so i think you can take that away living life one day at a time, not looking forward into or back into the past." past.""there are days when you don't even want to be here, but when he starts talking to you, putting the pressure on you, you are going to give 100% no matter what mood you are in." in." "coach smith has been the heart and soul of this program and it all builds on him."on match...
-- and one move -- -- at a time in lisbon the highway 1 rivalry continued on the mats in mount vernon -- mustangs' hosting the spartansat 138 -- solon's mike hoyle gets the 2 point
giving him the lead for good - - hoyle wins with a 11 to 9 decisionbut that bright spot was nearly it for the spartans -- at 285 futurue hawkeye tristian wirfs -- wins with the pin -- and the stangs get the
win -- 46 to 17 a rare thursday night tip -- in cedar rapids -- prairie hosting city highjump to the 2nd -- p-hawks down -- and that's when jalen rima heated up -- a game high 24 for the future panther -- inculding that fade-a-way jay -- he also grabbed 10 boardsbut it wasn't enough -- because city high goes as nye-eem smith goes -- and he was going all game long -- 2 of his 10 there -- little hawks win -- 66 to 65 the final. stay with c-b-s two -terry has
that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. our children's future is shaped both by the values of their parents and the policies of their nation. it's time to protect the next generation, fill the lives of our children with possibility and hope, open up the doors so that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children, families and our country, and i'm not stopping now. (crowd cheers) i'm hillary clinton,
temperatures will continue to warm up the next few days. today highs were well above freezing across eastern iowa with a few clouds. clouds will stick around tonight and we'll have some clearing. temperatures will fall tonight to near 20 20 thanks for watching your cbs 2 news at ten.we'll see you back
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